This week I tried a new seed & nut sandwich bread recipe. I enjoyed it fresh on the first day and then toasted most days since. I had heard about things with sunflower seeds going green but hadn’t seen it myself until I made this bread.
It was my son’s birthday this week. We were away and came home on his birthday. I made a magic bean cake upon coming home which we had after dinner that night. (I’m sure my family still does not know what’s in it!) The next night we had a birthday dinner with the extended family. What do you cook to feed 14 people that includes 2 people with a number of food intolerances? Everything on the menu was food that my son and my husband could both eat.
So what was on the menu? Continue reading
I started this blog less than 6 months ago and haven’t posted too much yet.
One of my reasons has been that a lot of the GF etc. recipes that I were using, I’m now not as my husband is reacting more and more to hidden sulphites, particularly in some of the alternative flours. Continue reading
We have many Christmas traditions that take place in our house. Some of these include putting up the tree as a family on 1 December, reading an advent story together each night of advent and having a birthday cake for Jesus for breakfast on Christmas Day. One of my favourite traditions that we have always done with my Mum’s family is to have plum pudding with money in it. Continue reading
This is probably my most often used slice recipe now. I developed this recipe by adjusting a few recipes I found. It is gluten free, dairy free, egg free, soy free and sulphite free. Continue reading